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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SA'TURDAY, JANUARY 22 1927

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AND MICHIGAN COURT
F' TO BREAK DEADLOCK
WESTERN CONF[R[NCE
participate, for he is expected toI
graduate in February . His loss WiNi
greatly handicap the Hoosiers next!
semester and may play a major part
in the final standings in the Big Ten1
as no one has been developed who is
I capable of taking his place.j
Ml Icigan 1ceiftse Good
Against this offensive and ba(c--
board play team. Michigan will pre-1
sent an outfit whose defensive work
has been one of the features of the
Conference race. In the game Mon-
day against Illinois, only 2 of the 10
Illini baskets were scored from with-!
in the 17 foot, line, the others coming
on long tosses. The Michigan record
is identical with Indiana's in games
won. Each team has captured sevenI
contests, three of them from Confer--
ence opponents.
The Michigan team will line up
with Chambers and Oosterbaan at
forwards. Both of them are good
men, though of greatly differing
types. Oosterbaan excels in shots un-
t der the basket and tipping the ball in
while Chambers is an adept at long
shots. McCoy at center will find
plenty of opposition from Sibley whileE
Harrigan and Petrie rate as two goodl
guards. Petrie is about the hardest
!man on the Wolverine squad to get
byand shoot baskets. Harrigan,
though a good guard, is also a great
mAn on offense.,
The feature of the Michigan attack
is the ability of all five men to make
baskets. This may bother the Hoo-!
siers a great deal, while,Michigan will
concentrate her attention on threej
men, Krueger, Beckner and Correll
Although all the advantages of experi-
ence, confidence and the home floor
are on the side of Indiana, Michigan
is conceded a fair chance of winning,
and if by any chance the team is!
working the same way is was against1
Iowa a week ago, the Wolverines will!
undoubtedly worry the Hoosiers to
the limit.

Michigan Basketball Quintet To Meet
These Stars Tonight At Bloomington
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Wolvrin- tontinal contestht to
Coac Eveett ean as wld scor-ers3 wih2,-232ad2 pointsec aet od
break the deadlock for lea dership of Irespectively.
the Big Ten. ___________
nCapitured aboe formeywith dCorrl PITTSBURGH-Unlversity of Pitti-
the fast becoming famous "4-11 fire burgh has dropped two: assltant foot-
department offense," which seems to' ball coaches. Buck Templeton, aasist-
pass, dribble, and shoot at lightning ant varsity mnentor and Ulhlard Han-
i ace. gartner, aide to the freshmen coach.
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TPY ART HUBBARD SPARTANS WILL
JDENIES CHARGES: MEET MAT TEAM
T! 9 Naglekirk Lost To Varsity Tirougm h
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I''olveri'Ics Shwv acl i Of 111- i 1
Two Games With Micligan t'o-
lege Of Mines Team
GABLER OUT OF LINEUP'"
Michigan's hockey team vill playI
the Windsor-Walkerville Technical
school at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
Coliseum if cold weather put., the
ice in shape. The thawing weather of
the past few days has turned the h-c
of the Coliseum to slush, conseqiuent-
ly the hockey team has been confn1ie'
to work in the Yost field house. De-E
velyping the wind and endurance of.
the players is the most that can be
accomplished without ice.
Coach Barss had his men on fhe
ice for two stiff practice sessions on
Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Team play and short passes to be used
when the puck has been carried close
to the net were extensively drilled.
With one point as the total scoring
for the two games with the Michigan
College of Mines team it is apparent
that the scoring punch of Wolverine is
weak.
Hooper, fast wingman, who was
sick at the first of the week and un-
able to take part in the opening games,
has returned to the squad and will
probably be in the starting lineup to-
night. Coach Barss is undecided
whether Hooper will start at a wingE
position or pair with Roach as a
defense man. This is Hooper's first
year an Varsity hockey, but with his
great speed and versatility on skates
he has worked well into the combina-
tion of veterans from last-year.,
Gabler will not be in the game to-
night. Although he is rapidly re-j
covering from blood poisoning his,
condition is such that he could not
leave the hospital last night. In his"
absence Hooper may get the call to
do defense work. It this course is not 1
followed Waldron, a junior, will sub-
stitute for Gabler.
Waldron was on the squad last
year but saw very little service. HeI
was in last Tuesday's game when
Roach was penalized. Although Wal-
dron is handicapped by lack of ex-
perience in games Coach Barss feels
confident that his performance in theI
practice scrimmages warrant a good
exhibition when he gets a start in a
game.

Michigan's wrestling team will meet
the strong Michigan State collego team
at 3:00 this afternoon at Yost, Field
house in the first home meet of the
season. The mat - will be phced in
the cTnter of the basketball court, tans
asuring ample seating facilities. There
will be no admission charge for the
contest.
The Wolverines will enter the meet
considerably weakened as the result
of the loss of Naglekirk, 125 pounder,
who has been wrestling at this weight.
Naglekirk sustained a broken rib in
Thursday's practice and may be lost
to the team for some time.
In the 115 pound class Baker will
wrestle Gibbs, while Hardin will take
Naglekirk's 'place and meet Avery,
State 125 pound star. Watson, Michi-
gan's 135 pounder, will face Lands-
burg, who is regarded as one of the
best grapplers on the Spartan team.
Coach Keen is undecided as to
whether he will use Sauer or Gals-
ter in the 145 pound class. These men
are so nearly equal in ability that
the choice wfil not be made until
shortly before .the meet. Captain Ber-
quist, a two letter matman, will com-
pete for State in this weight.
Captain Donahoe will lead the Michi-
gan team in its first home. meet of
the 1927 season by meeting Bean or
Black of the Green and White team.
Hager, all-campus champion at 175
pounds, will wrestle Kurle, while
Prescott, Wolverine heavyweight, will
face Barrett, State's 225 pound sopho-
more grappler.
The seven bouts of the meet will
be referred by Dickerson, who was
formerly a star wrestler at Iowa State
college. The matches will be ,12 min-
utes in duration with a time'advantage
more than one minute necessary for
a decision.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daly.

De1Ilart Hubbard
Famous Michigan track athlete, and
holder of the world's record broad
jump of 25 feet, 10 inches, who re-
cently has been accused of resigning
from the amateur ranks to play pro-
fessional basketball. Hubbard main-
tains that the story is untrue.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

FRESHMAN TRACK NOTICE
All candidates for the fresh-
man track squad should meet
with Coach Hoyt at 2:30 o'clock
today at Yost field house.

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